Are you looking for an easy way out to prepare for your SNAP exam? Is your exam already knocking at the door and you feel like you are falling short of time? It’s never too late, so, don’t worry we’ve got your back. It’s time to recall the phrase “to gird up one’s loins” and implement the same in your life. Before that, let’s quickly understand what the SNAP test is all about in detail.
The abbreviation we use for Symbiosis National Aptitude Test is SNAP. Being one of the most popular MBA entrance exams in India, many students appear for the test every year. It is a computer-based test and is conducted by one of the most esteemed universities, that is, Symbiosis University, Pune. Unlike CAT, which is very difficult to crack, SNAP is comparatively more straightforward and less competitive.
However, the fact that it requires hard work cannot be denied. But, the key to crack the SNAP exam lies in its proper, well-constructed strategy that one must prepare and follow it rigorously before taking the test.
As evident from the question papers of the last few years, SNAP test emphasizes on Arithmetic questions and to solve those you need to practice regularly. You can, then, smoothly work out the tricky questions. There is a part called general English which is relatively easy to crack.
Questions here are based on vocabulary and a few passages which you are expected to comprehend correctly and answer appropriately. To tackle this section headfirst, we suggest that you read newspapers and find out ten to fifteen new words every day. The third section is Analytical and Logical Reasoning, which has an array of different kinds of questions. Puzzles, blood relations, logical reasoning set, so on and so forth come under this section.
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Based on the above brief understanding of SNAP exam, you may start your preparation as discussed below:
- Try attempting and analysing as many mock tests as possible
- Remember, self-preparation is key
- Read storybooks, articles, novels, idioms, phrases and proverbs to find out new terms and definitions
- Practice fast calculations learn different strategies to solve questions in less time
- Go through online videos that show you strategies to solve riddles and puzzles
- Refer RS Agarwal’s books for Arithmetic questions and logical reasoning
- Manage your time well. Keep track of time while solving mocks
- You should emphasize on your weaker sections and hone your ability to solve them, while you still have time
- Make a timetable and work out your plan according to that
- Set your goal and stick to that. Do not get deviated by other unnecessary thoughts
Good luck! All the very best wishes to all of you. Stay confident, stay optimistic! Dream big and aspire to achieve more.